Now I just need to find numbers for your bike.
Oh, jeez. Motorcycles. I've been through a lot of them. This was my most classic bike.
Honda CB750K. RIP.
Drink sin and ride with the devil.
Up front there ought to be a man in black -Johnny Cash
Maybe its me, but I beg of you, if you don't already, to get good leathers and a helmet goes without saying.
A RL friend is still having problems from a motorcycle wreck a decade ago. :/
Oh, Oh! Can I be part of the Classic Honda club?
84 CB450SC Honda Nighthawk. My first bike, my first year riding. I've put over 4000 kms on it since March. Its got almost 56,xxxkms on it and runs great.
I really want a bike with a kick start, however. I'm thinking about an old Triumph for my next bike, maybe a 650 or 750. I love old bikes, motor or otherwise.
Nice scoot .... I love old Hondas!
(FYI, my mid-sized auto gets the same fuel economy, and seats 5.)
'07 Trek Pilot 1.2
'85 Panasonic Sport 1000 (beater, gone now)
'69 Raleigh Sprite 5 speed (AW instead of S5, for now)
New scooters at my house.
I'm anticipating 55-60 MPG on the Aero, 75 or so on the Rebel. I learned to ride first on an old CB360. Good times.
"It hurts so good..."
tq, not preaching, but just saying... I know helmetless is lawful in the Land o' Lincoln, but I hope you're donning a brain lid when riding around.
Timmy's beard will protect his head in a crash.
Though i don't doubt my beard would help me in a crash, i'm wearing a nerdy helmet everywhere i go...
Wish I had a picture of my 86 Yamaha Virago 700cc to show, but sadly I sold it about three years ago. It was a classic. Only problem with some older bikes is that they were geared for the 55 mph speed limit and that is where they got their best milage.
At 55 I'd get close to 50 mpg but at 65/70 it'd drop down to less than 40.
Good buy with the Honda, my son has been bugging me about getting him a motorcycle. HMMMM>>>>...